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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, March 27, 1973 Only unbeaten rink after four rounds of mixed Islanders' experience is showing Sisler dies George Sisler, a member of baseball's Hall of Fame, died Monday at the age of 80 at Richmond Heighli, Mo. The versatile Sisler, shown here in the 192Q's playing for the old St. Louis Browns, was credited by many of his contemporaries with being Ihe perfect ballplayer, agile afield and outstanding at the plate. Sport of all sorts CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) A skip who lias competed 11 times in national curling tour- naments and one taking part in only his second followed similar patterns Monday in Hie Cana- dian mixed curling champion- ship. Doug Cameron of Charlotte- lown, who has appeared in seven men's and three Cana- dian schoolboy finals, won lough games in the third and fourth rounds to climb to first place with an undefeated record 3-0. He had the second-round bye. Barry Fry of Winnipeg, skip of Ihe Manitoba rink which fin- ished second in the 1970 mixed final, upset Sam Richardson of RegLna 8-5 in the fourth round Monday night for a share of second place with Saskatche- with 3-1 records. "We played well in all four said the 33-year-oM Fry who lost his first start 8-5 to Ron Anton of Edmonton. "But we knew we had to wir this one or else we wouk have been two games down 01 Sam which would have helpe manchuk 262, Kim Kovacs 291 Darrell Lagler 268, in Green's Jack Smeed hit for 319 and 799, BUI Cook 305 and 766, Lou Stotyn 305, Abe Enns 373 and 836, Hugh Christie 329, Dave Smeed 346 and 863V Bill Koskoski 7G8, Klaus Wit- zke 327, Bert Mezei 7G7, Kim Kovacs 801, John Novak 303 and Ken' Kurtz with his big 319 and in Henry Homes the leaders were Tom Adams 303 and Ed Henderson 304 while in JCCA Oiro Miya gawa had 303, Mun Takcda 318 and 781, Bob Senda 30 and Marv Higa 303 and 800. In women's league action, 828, Jean Christie 290 and 819 leaders in Riga's were Edith Voth 311 and 758 and Pat Jar- vie 301 while in Knights ol Columbus it was Jeanelte Smeed's 365 and 050 setting the pace Joy Stienke led Wilson's Junior with a 299 and led Simpsons-Sears with 281 and a 750 Jean- elle Smeed's 291 and an 814 triple by Jean Passey led Speedys while Guila Bunnage was best in Prebuilt with 303 Renate Walsar's 315 and 747, Betty Dionne's 299 and Mel Finnerty's 291 led Marti- nizing 'while in Green's it was Jeanette Smeed with 348 and Dianne Violini 776, Linda itialcomson 304 and 805, Cher ye Obermeyer 312, Karlyn Spitzer 288 and Brenda Fed ersen 326 and 906 Mar; Npss paced Eagles with 28' with Marlene Parascak's 236 high in NuMotle Homes Janet Koole led Sundquis Construction with 285 ant Jean Passey's 306 and 765 was high in Henry Homes Week's highs in Doug's Sports were Mary Nicolson 292 am 749 and Irene Lynde 297, will Alma Oberg the star in CPU with 364 and 746, Shirley Al exander adding 314, Bowling scores APRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Marie Gerencser 248 Detdrla haw 247, VI Anderson 339, Jean Mills 357, Jane Smyfce 167 Efhel ;ie 2-n, Lxrralne Boyrien 3-10, othy Coolidge J.J7, Nina Sindlinger 3W. MARTINIZiWG Shirley Plontke 252, Lorraine Kirch- ner 356 Masa Gcshlnmon 251 (6681, Karen Marlhiensen 250, Renale iiVaKwer 315 A'-el Flnnerty 291, 'Aarlies Moch Oionne 599, par LeClaire M2, Irene Lynda 244 Isabella Bergman Doreen Maria Jokuty 244, GREEN'S SHOES JeanetJe SmcetJ '578 J, PccJersen fWW, Linda Mafcomson 304 Cherye 312, Jean Chrlitfe 270 Karlyn SpMier 5M Enns 373 D fl v 1 d Smeed 344 nvgn Christie 339 (703J, Klaus Wilifce Ken Kuril 319 Jack 319 VASA LODGE Jon Enander 266, Gus Megland 3U, Bob Hanson 221, Nick Biarvchl 2i9, Ness ?lt, Dorolhy Svennes 239, Dolly Belle Dea Hanson 2t3, Derry 218, Layne Baceda 234. EAGLES LODGE Mary Ness Joyce Marsden 3W Olga LaRocque 2-49, Helen Weels ?41, Frances Cyril Barrel! Rick Larsln 223, Evelyn Groves 276, Frank Gorda 331, Marion 224. Nu-MOOE HOMES Sandy Fischer J71 La zaruk 241, f-Jorence Marl man 2 IS, ,'darkne Paraicah m, Karen taror.tfe 2i5 Bernice Pavan W Marge Hughes 3M, Bernice 253 Grace Hill 251, Dorolhy OlshaskF 5UMDQLJIST Jen Hcgl 761 Dot Swensen 332 Gladys Going 742, Janet Kcote IIS Row Nunweilfrr 344, Isabel Orsen 233, Pst LeClaire 233, Pat Plomp MS, Joyce Andreachuk 238, Peggy Guzri HENRY HOMES Slg Difcl-r 2J3 Tom Adams 303, Henderson 304 Garth P S s t y 275, Jfrn Wrlghi 358, 257, Jean Passey 30S (76 Edith Voth 377 Eleanor Pent 239, Korma Acfams 244, DIannB d rler 244, Grace McPJke 236, LETHBRIDGE BANKERS Gladys Lowe 330, Donna McEv, 243, Doreen Teichrocb 205, A FadiJsn 205, LoreHa Haniel 203, Karris 203, Hank 285, GI flumerfeld 277, Gord Deltert Harry Boessonkoch ?J1, Don Bilo 233, George Gilchriit 234. -VOUM tcAsSS- I'M FED UP. CHAUKlE I'VE Forrayi retains singles crown CAPF Joe Forrayi of the Leth- rldge Badminton Club retain- d Jus men's singles title over ie weekend as the Civic Gen- re was the scene of a Sfrcntry ournament. Fo rrayi, who captured the ilte last year, bounced Phil Murray of Camrose 1S-10 and 5-4 in sU'aight games Lo rc- ain his crow. Meanvrhile in women's sin- lies, Sharon Davies of Lcth- iridge was forced three matches before ousting a stub- )oru Monica Lemieszewski of LeLhbridge, Lemieszexvski, who anchored he Lethbridge Community Col- egc women's badminton team o a banner season this past yintcr, won tJie first game "rom Davies 11-2 but dropped he next two as the seasoned Davies won 12-10 and 11-5. Davies shared in two titles as well. other She combined with Dorothy Reitsma to win the women's doubles and then with brother Ed won the mixed doubles. In the women's doubles Davies and Heitsma bested Lemieszewski and Lynda Clarke. The winners dropped the first game 15-11 but roared back with 15-8 and 15-7 tri- umptis. The brother sister, Davies act, had little trouble dispos- ing of Marv Kirchner and Gerri Noble in the mixed doubles. Tile Davies' took straight games, 15-12 and 15-C. Murray, after losing in the men's division, gained a mea- sure of revenge in the men's doubles as he and his partner Tim Krickson bounced Kor- rayi and Jim Carson 17-15 ami 15-9. Forrayi and Carson had won the doubles title at Red Deer a few weeks Cack. ELR1CH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Eeasl Division W L T Rangers Buffalo Detroit Ttwonlo Chicago Philadelphia Minnesota St. Louis Los Angelei Pirlsburgh Atlanta California 4? 10 16 31J 117 11-1 iO 20 5318728 10J 47 21 7 290 194 W 3J 27 14 245 213 35 11 331 81 55 40 9 239 340 59 22 45 8 234 51 1? SB S H2 330 29 West Dlvlilon W L T A Ptl. J2 25 t. J75 213 91 .35 IS II 375 341 81 36 30 314 331 81 31 33 Tl 233 243 73 30 31 11 333 234 71 30 36 9 224 251 69 25 36 14 192 KJ At ..13 5B 320 44 THE LEADERS: EsposHo, B Clarke. Plia MatLelsh, Pha Orr, B......., Rarellc, R Pappln, C Bucyk, B F. MafiovIJch, M M....... Martin, C......... G A Pti. 51 71 122 31 64 47 49 26 49 40 5? 41 50 40 51 37 53 90 41 47 as 23 M ea Youth died from brain hemorrhage EDMONTON (CP) Provin- cial coroner Dr. M. M. Cantor today said a brain hemorrhage was the cause of death of a 12-year-old Edmonton boy who collapsed during a weekend hockey tournament. Dr. Cantor, in an interview said "it appeared" that Donald Clouston had a congenital ill- ness which "probably ruptur- ed even before he fell to the ice1' during the game Satur- day. He said the youngster did not have a skull fracture and there was no external bleeding. The provincial coroner said the youth did not swallow his mouthpiece and doctors did not make an incision in this throal to allow breathing. 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